Louis Garneau Stockholm Women's Tights - No Chamois

Louis Garneau Stockholm Women's Tights - No Chamois
$69.95
Stockholm Women's Tights - No Chamois by Louis Garneau
Price subject to change | SKU: LGN0950

Louis Garneau Stockholm Women's Tights - No Chamois

Louis Garneau developed its new Stockholm Women's Tights to be the ideal bottom-layer for cool and cold weather exercise. In addition to cycling, the tights were designed to be the perfect lower-body layer for Nordic skiing and running. They were made without a chamois and with Garneau's lightly insulated HeatMaxx material, making them the perfect choice for all your upcoming outdoor adventures. Garneau constructed the Stockholm tights out of its HeatMaxx fabric, which is a Roubaix-type material with a smooth outer-surface and a brushed micro-fleece lining. This stretchy fabric strikes a fine balance between keeping you warm and not restricting movement with bulky fabrics. The tights feature 12 panels in total, stitched together with friction-minimizing flatlock seams. The material's composition works to keep your legs warm, while at the same time, ensuring that you stay dry through its exceptional wicking capabilities. The Stockholm tights were finished off with a drawstring and Garneau's proprietary HuggFit waist, which smoothly wraps your waist and secures the fit up top. At the cuffs, Garneau's signature ankle grippers keep the leg panels firmly in place. Additionally, reflective accents were added throughout to increase your visibility to motorists in low-light conditions. The Louis Garneau Stockholm Women's Tights are available in the color Black and in five sizes from Small to XX-Large.

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